Redbirds recorded over 350 hours, hosted multiple service projects, and made gifts to support scholarships during the month of June for #RedbirdImpact Month.
There was never a doubt in the Caffey brothers’ minds. After high school, they would go to college.
A visionary goal set decades ago within the Wonsook Kim College of Fine Arts and the School of Music has been achieved with ISU now designated an All-Steinway School. Criteria was met with the purchase of three Steinway concert grand pianos and 11 Steinway uprights.
Charley Edamala, associate vice president and chief information officer of Illinois State’s Office of Technology Solutions, did not set out to champion Redbird Esports.
This year Redbirds can give their time and treasures to make a #RedbirdImpact to help their communities and Illinois State University.
For the fourth straight year, Illinois State completed the mission of Birds Give Back, a day where Redbirds come together to celebrate the University. Thanks to our donors, $958,944 was raised from 2,919 gifts, making this year’s edition the University’s second-best giving day ever following last year’s record-setting show of support.
The fourth annual Birds Give Back, Illinois State’s own giving day, will be held on Thursday, February 24, during ISU’s Redbird Philanthropy Week scheduled from February 21-25.
This holiday season, Reggie is excited to share a gift idea for you to treat yourself or your favorite Redbird. No, it’s not socks.
Records were broken for the third consecutive year during Birds Give Back, a day where Redbirds come together to celebrate Illinois State.
Scheduled for February 25, the event encourages individuals to support their passion on campus. The goal is to raise 2,021 gifts to correspond with the start of 2021.